Travel companies have reported a surge in bookings for late summer, winter and next year from Britons, who have stayed at home for weeks because of the pandemic.
Mirror UK reports travel chiefs claim enquiries for UK breaks and staycations have sky-rocketed.
Travel agencies have felt the impact of the Coronavirus outbreak on business, however, chiefs say that, with government help and the ramping-up of testing, the industry can see a way through the worst crisis many can ever recall.
This comes after Health Secretary Matt Hancock said it was “just a reality of life” that breaks abroad are off limits after the Government announced a 14-day quarantine for international arrivals into Britain.
Meanwhile, experts have predicted that UK package holiday firms could lose up to £5billion worth of sales this year.
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